NBA Finals 2019: Steve Kerr thinks Iguodala will be 'OK' after hurting leg

The Warriors' forward left Game 1 with a leg injury late in the game.

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Andre Iguodala left Game 1 with a leg injury late in the fourth quarter but Steve Kerr isn't too worried about it.

The coach of Golden State Warriors, Kerr, said: he believes the forward will be OK, but he'll know more on Friday.

The 2015 NBA Finals MVP came down awkwardly on his left leg late in the fourth quarter and was noticeably limping for the remainder of the game.

Iguodala missed the final game of the Western Conference finals with a left calf injury.

He told reporters after the game that he will play in Game 2.

"I'll be fine," he said.

The Warriors lost Game 1 118-109 and will try to bounce back in Game 2 on Sunday.

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